Thu, Oct 28|
For the Love of our Ancestors // Accountability + Ancestral Healing
Join Erin Caitlin Sweeney (she/they) in this 2 hour workshop designed for people who identify as white (but open to all), we’ll explore what it looks and feels like to hold our ancestors accountable for harm they caused.
Time & Location
Oct 28, 2021, 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM EDT
About The Event
In this 2 hour workshop designed for people who identify as white (but open to all), we’ll explore what it looks and feels like to hold our ancestors accountable for harm they caused. What’s our responsibility and what’s not? How does that harm live within us, our families, and the collective? How do we move from a place of love when we talk about accountability? How do we hold our ancestors, and ourselves, in their/our full humanity? Accountability is a big topic and we’ll be planting seeds together in this experiential workshop.
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Erin Caitlin Sweeney (she/they) is a politicized healer, educator & group facilitator. Her people come from what’s now called Scotland, Ireland, France and Germany. Erin offers 1:1 ancestral healing & remembrance work for folks of European descent aka white folks with an antiracist and decolonial lens as well as workshops and classes. Erin loves to dance, tend to her plants, and tell stories. She’s passionate about the intersection of healing and social justice and believes that when we look inward with accountability, honesty, and compassion we can bring healing to ourselves, our ancestors, and show up rooted for collective liberation. You can learn more about Erin and her work at her website www.erincaitlinsweeney.com or instagram @erincaitlinsweeney.
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